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UN Security Council to discuss Kashmir behind closed doors Friday: diplomats

PTI | United Nations | Updated: 15-08-2019 21:08 IST | Created: 15-08-2019 21:08 IST
UN Security Council to discuss Kashmir behind closed doors Friday: diplomats

United Nations, Aug 15 (AFP) The United Nations Security Council is scheduled to discuss India's move to revoke the special status to Jammu and Kashmir at a meeting behind closed doors, diplomats told AFP.

Poland, which currently holds the council's rotating presidency, has listed the matter for discussion at 10:00 am (1400 GMT) Friday, the diplomats said. (AFP) ZH




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